The Scary Things About Being Visually Impaired


Greetings Everyone!

I hope you’re all doing well on this Saturday, today I thought I would share with you all my most recent video that I filmed over on my YouTube channel.

Now, this video is one that i have wanted to do for a while now and it is a mixture of comedy and real life and it is called ‘The Scary Things About Being Visually Impaired.’

In this video I talk about some of the things that scare me being someone living with sight loss, now I don’t mean to say that I begrudge my sight loss. But I wanted to address some of the things that my sight loss makes difficult and thus in some cases more scarier than it would if i had full sight.

Watch The Video Below

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Until Next Time!

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Comments

  1. Enjoyed the video about scary things. I definitely have experienced some of these things, like the revolving doors, mistaking things hanging off doors, mysterious buzzing. Oh my.

  2. Matches, cars, puddles and ice are the most scary for me. I learned how to do escalators, thank goodness! This video was great! I appreciated it so much! Glad I’m not the only one who deals with these. While watching I was like, “Oh my gosh, yes! Me too!” It was so fun!!

  3. First time I have seen your videos and it was great. My daughter who is 11yrs old shares many of the fears you do and I have got her to watch this so she knows she isn’t alone.
    Can’t wait to watch your other videos and share them with my daughter too x

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